The primary role of athletics at NCCS is to uphold and apply the mission of the school, which is to...
Work in partnership with the home and church to provide quality education rooted in Biblical truths and nurture students as they embrace a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, discover their God-given gifts, seek His plan for their life, and serve Him with their mind, body and spirit.
Athletics are "extra-curricular", meaning they are not a required part of the normal curricula. Participation should be viewed as a privilege, not an entitlement. Athletics will continue in its strong and proud tradition at NCCS as long as it continues to fulfill this role.
All athletes must first have an athletic physical to participate in NCCS Athletic Program. There are additional fees associated with athletics such as general *athletic fees, trips, and food for away games.
*athletic fees vary according to team and season.
Athletic Booster Club
Athletic Physical Form
(2010 NCCS Graduate)
Tyler Bolton, a safety management major, dreamed of becoming a firefighter and helping others since childhood. As a part-time student resident firefighter for the Warrensburg Fire Department, Bolton's dream has become a reality.
"The Warrensburg Fire Department has an outstanding reputation, and I wanted to become a part of that tradition," Bolton says. "The student resident program is beneficial for the city of Warrensburg and for me."
Building upon his goals, Bolton has enrolled in additional courses at UCM that focus on community service and the development of real-world experiences as a future professional safety engineer. UCM, in partnership with the Johnson County Ambulance District, offers an emergency medical technician course with required, hands-on and clinical internship experiences. Both the course and internship combine rigorous knowledge, skills-based coursework and mandatory patient interactions in the emergency medical services field.
Through a culture of service attitude and engaged learning experiences in the Warrensburg community and at UCM, Bolton is learning to a greater degree.
End of School Field Trips
Our Juniors were privileged to participate in some experiments at the Danforth Center. Then they hurried off to St. Louis University where they toured the SLU campus and ate lunch with Molly Farmer, NCCS 2012 alumni who attends SLU.
Advanced Band/Orchestra participated at MO Baptist University Band Festival. It was a great experience. They also went to Blossomwood Day School and performed for their students. We are so PROUD of our students. They were FABULOUS!
Our MS/HS Drama teams have been busy with their performances and continue to amaze us.
3rd Grade went back in time and visited Daniel Boone's Homestead in Defiance, MO. They were able to see how it was to live in the early 1800's.
Spanish II Class made their annual trip to Mexico-we'll not really, they went to Las Palmas Restaurant where they had to order their meal in Espanol.
Biology-9th grade and 1st grade both visited the zoo where they had a great time trying to find the new baby animals.
Book Buck Bonanza is this week for our elementary students and they have been reading all year long to collect Book Bucks to spend on this special day. Don't spend all your Bucks in one place!
Junior/Senior PROM was a HUGE success! Students said they had so much fun.
WOW! Can we fit anymore excitement into one month?
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